Love One Another by Khalil Gibran (एकमेकांवर प्रेम करा- मराठी भाषांतर)

मराठी भाषांतर 
एकमेकांवर प्रेम करा - खलील जिब्रान  एकमेकांवर प्रेम करा, परंतू नका करू प्रेमाचा करार.त्याऐवजी बनू द्या त्याला आपल्या आत्म्याच्या किनारी फिरणारा समुद्र.
एकमेकांचा कप भरा, परंतू नका पिऊ एकाच कपातून.
एकमेकांना आपल्या भाकरीतील तुकडा द्या, पण खाऊ नका तीच भाकरी.
एकत्र गा आणि नृत्य करा आणि आनंदी रहा, परंतु स्वतंत्र असू द्या तुमच्यातील प्रत्येकजण.
अगदी सतारीच्या तारादेखील स्वतंत्र असतात तरी थरथरतात त्या मात्र एकाच संगीताने. आपली हृदये द्या, परंतु एकमेकांना सांभाळण्यासाठी नको.
फक्त आयुष्याच्या हातात असू शकतात हृदये आपली.
आणि एकत्र उभे रहा, तरीही जास्त जवळ जवळ नको .

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Tradition and The Individual Talent by T. S. Eliot

A Manifesto of Eliot’s Critical Creed The essay Tradition and Individual Talent was first published in 'The Egoist' (1919) and later in Eliot’s first book of criticism “The Sacred Wood ”(1920).. The essay may be regarded as an unofficial manifesto of Eliot’s critical creed, for it contains all those critical principles from which his criticism has been derived ever since. The seeds which have been sown here come to fruition in his subsequent essays. It is a declaration of Eliot’s critical creed, and these principles are the basis of all his subsequent criticism.

Its Three Parts
The essay is divided into three parts. The first part gives us Eliot’s concept of tradition, and in the second part is developed his theory of the impersonality of poetry. The short, third part is in the nature of a conclusion, or summing up of the whole discussion.

Traditional Elements: Their Significance
Eliot begins the essay by pointing out that the word ‘tradition’ is generally regarded as a word of c…

Silence! The Court is in Session (Study Material)

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To Sir, with Love by Braithwaite (B.A. III Sem. VI.)

At a Glance To Sir, with Love recounts Braithwaite's personal experiences as a teacher in London. A native of British Guiana, he's forced to take a job as a teacher, where he's able to get through to a group of semi-literate pupils thanks to his unorthodox teaching methods. The first several chapters of this autobiographical novel focus on Braithwaite's struggle to find steady work after his Royal Air Force unit was demobilized at the end of World War II. Eventually, he gets a job as a teacher in London's East End.Braithwaite's first days as a teacher are rough. His students are only semi-literate and are largely uninterested in learning. They have no respect for him, and he struggles to teach them using the official curricula of the school.Finally, Braithwaite decides to switch tactics and use unconventional teaching methods, such as taking the children to museums and letting them discuss whatever topic they want…